US President Donald Trump on Monday removed travel restrictions imposed on Brazil, Britain, Ireland and many European countries including Kovid 19. This order will come into force from 26 January. Trump has given this order at a time when the total number of Kovid-19 cases in the US has crossed the 24 million mark.
According to the executive order, the countries from which the ban has been lifted include 26 countries of Europe, Britain, Ireland and Brazil falling under the Skagen zone. Trump will now sit on the chair of the President of America for only one more day. The newly elected President Joe Biden is scheduled to take oath on 20 January.
Biden's problems will increase
Doing this in a trump can cause problems for Biden later. Because the order will come into force a week after his coming to power. The purpose of Biden is to first control the condition of the corona virus.
At present, America remains the most affected country in the world due to Corona virus. John Hopkins University says that in the past 24 hours, the total corona virus cases in the US have exceeded 24 million and a total of 398,806 deaths.
'This is not the right time'
In the case, Joe Biden's upcoming press secretary, Jane Saki, says that "this is not the right time to lift the ban on international travel". He wrote on Twitter, "The epidemic is becoming dangerous and murderous variants are being detected around the world, this is not the right time to lift the ban on international travel."
All the allegations that the Democratic Party has made on Trump include allegations of not properly dealing with the Corona virus epidemic. In such a situation, when the people of these countries travel and come to America, then the epidemic is expected to be more dangerous. It remains to be seen whether Biden takes any decision before this order comes into force.